Readership: Scholars and students of political theory, international relations, political philosophy, international law, public policy, human rights, ethnic studies, and sociology.
Will Kymlicka, Canada Research Chair in Political Philosophy, Queen's University, Canada
"...it is the first of its kind in breadth and depth of research...A theoretician, Kymlicka is at home writing conceptually, but his writing is wonderfully clear...he has offered a hugely important volume, and a readable one at that." - Jenifer Curtis, in Globe and Mail
Part I: The (Re)-Internationalization of State-Minority Relations
2: From Post-War Universal Human Rights to Post-Cold War Minority Rights
Part II: Making Sense of Liberal Multiculturalism
3: The Forms of Liberal Multiculturalism
4: The Origins of Liberal Multiculturalism: Sources and Preconditions
5: Evaluating Liberal Multiculturalism in Practice
Part III: Paradoxes in the Global Diffusion of Liberal Multiculturalism
6: The European Experiment
7: The Global Challenge
8: Conclusion: The Way Forward?